Kind in spanish


pronunciation: tipoʊ part of speech: noun
In gestures

kind [kinder -comp., kindest -sup.]1 = amable, atento, bueno, cariñoso, tierno. [Pincha en o en para ver otros adjetivos cuyo grados comparativos y superlativos se formas añadiendo "-er" o "-est" (o sus variantes "-r" o "-st") al final]

Example: I would like to extend my thanks to our host who was kind enough to invite me.


» be cruel to be kind = quien te quiere te hará llorar, hacer Algo por el propio bien de Alguien.

Example: What was clear in the report, however, is that its authors believed that sometimes a government needed to be cruel to be kind.

» be kind enough to = tener la amabilidad de, tener la bondad de, tener la gentileza de, ser tan amable de.

Example: He was kind enough to invite us into his home to sit down for an hour and just shoot the shit.

» kind heart = corazón bondadoso, gran corazón, corazón grande.

Example: A man who described himself as a 'super racist with a kind heart' is being charged with assault after reportedly punching a hospital employee.

» kind-hearted = bondadoso, de buen corazón, con un gran corazón, con un corazón grande.

Example: To soften the blow, a kind-hearted librarian might produce an illustrated book on ostriches, or the text of the Hippocratic oath, or a copy of the original melodrama by George Hazelton, 'Sweeney Todd: the barber of Fleet Street'.

» Kind regards = saludos cordiales, un saludo, saludos, un abrazo.

Example: 'Best regards' seems to be quite a popular valediction used in business emails, along with variants 'Kind regards', or just 'Regards'.

» kind words = amables palabras, palabras amables, palabras de aliento.

Example: They were magnanimous in victory, offering kind words to the losing team.

» unkind = poco amable, cruel, desagradable.

Example: The enumeration at 940.5316: Children and other noncombatants; Pacifists; Enemy sympathizers seems a little unkind, if nothing else.

kind2 = tipo, clase, especie. 

Example: Document descriptions may be drafted for a wide variety of different kinds of library material, but some common principles can be established.


» a kind of = una especie de, una clase de, un tipo de.

Example: Some books provoke vocal responses, a kind of literary effervescent effect, while others seem to turn people in on themselves, when they prefer to say nothing but savor the reading in silence.

» and the kind = y similares, etcétera.

Example: The main finding was that the foreign language holdings of the British Library were an extremely important resource for those working in disciplines, such as archeology, classics, and the kind.

» as a kind of = a modo de, como.

Example: In a way, it is acting as a kind of bridge between the two, permitting traffic both ways where once there was a divide.

» as a kind of + appetiser = para abrir boca.

Example: The second thing I would do is read the first two chapters, as a kind of appetizer = La segunda cosa que haría es leer los dos primeros capítulos, para abrir boca.

» be different in kind = ser de un tipo diferente.

Example: Lubetzky points out that the problem is different in kind from the problem of change of name in personal authors.

» be two of a kind = estar hecho el uno para el otro, juntarse el hambre con las ganas de comer, estar cortados por el mismo patrón, estar cortados con la misma tijera.

Example: On the surface, they're like oil and water, but deep down, they're two of a kind.

» differ in + kind (from) = ser de un tipo diferente, diferir en cualidad.

Example: Corporate reference collections may differ in kind and in definition from reference collections of other types of libraries.

» first of its kind, the = primero de su clase, el.

Example: The first of its kind, this exhibition aims to raise public awareness about environmental crimes that affect people's livelihood, the global economy as well as the world's ecosystems.

» grow in + kind = aumentar en variedad.

Example: The application of copyright law to electronic resources is receiving more attention as technologies grow in kind and complexity.

» humankind = humanidad, raza humana, género humano.

Example: Information has recently been qualified as a humankind's heritage.

» in a strange kind/sort of way = de un modo un poco extraño, de un modo un tanto extraño, de una manera un poco extraña, de una manera un tanto extraña, de una forma un poco extraña, de una forma un tanto extraña.

Example: In a strange kind of way, he saved my life a number of times and gave me purpose when I was a young woman.

» it takes all kinds (to make a world) = en la variedad está el gusto.

Example: It takes all kinds to make a world and introverts are a part of that population.

» kind of like = como, parecido a, un poco como.

Example: It's kind of like trumping in public -- You simply do not do it!.

» kind of like = como si fuera, como si fuese, como.

Example: He used his holy stick which was serpentine in shape -- kind of like a shepherd's crook.

» kind of + Verbo = en cierto modo + Verbo, de algún modo + Verbo.

Example: In fact, she kind of fell apart that night at the part.

» of all kinds = de todo tipo, de toda clase.

Example: Football brings people of all kinds together.

» of any kind (of) = de cualquier tipo (de), de cualquier clase (de).

Example: Ignorance is at the heart of any kind of discovery.

» one kind of + Nombre + or another = algún tipo de + Nombre.

Example: Some of those pupils will undoubtedly enter one kind of business or another which has links with Europe.

» one-of-a-kind = único, singular, inigualable, sin par.

Example: Join leading experts in cultural heritage informatics for a one-of-a-kind learning experience.



» in cash and in kind = en metálico y de otro modo.

Example: It is anticipated that the future viability of the Archives will be dependent on the ability to attract additional funding both in cash and in kind.

» in kind = en especie, por trueque.

Example: In the early days of the service they received a $100,000 donation in kind from a major advertising firm.

» pay in + kind = pagar en especie.

Example: This type of film-stars are increasingly getting paid in kind rather than cash for their work.

» payment in kind = pago en especie.

Example: The agricultural labourer receiving payment in kind was a married farm-hand with a one-year contract and whose wife had the duty to milk the cows morning and night.

Kind synonyms

good in spanish: bueno, pronunciation: gʊd part of speech: adjective form in spanish: formar, pronunciation: fɔrm part of speech: noun, verb benign in spanish: benigno, pronunciation: bɪnaɪn part of speech: adjective benevolent in spanish: benevolente, pronunciation: bənevələnt part of speech: adjective gracious in spanish: Cortés, pronunciation: greɪʃəs part of speech: adjective generous in spanish: generoso, pronunciation: dʒenɜrəs part of speech: adjective variety in spanish: variedad, pronunciation: vɜraɪəti part of speech: noun thoughtful in spanish: pensativo, pronunciation: θɔtfəl part of speech: adjective sort in spanish: ordenar, pronunciation: sɔrt part of speech: noun gentle in spanish: amable, pronunciation: dʒentəl part of speech: adjective sympathetic in spanish: simpático, pronunciation: sɪmpəθetɪk part of speech: adjective considerate in spanish: considerado, pronunciation: kənsɪdɜrət part of speech: adjective genial in spanish: genial, pronunciation: dʒinjəl part of speech: adjective helpful in spanish: servicial, pronunciation: helpfəl part of speech: adjective humane in spanish: humano, pronunciation: hjumeɪn part of speech: adjective tolerant in spanish: tolerante, pronunciation: tɑlɜrənt part of speech: adjective kindly in spanish: amablemente, pronunciation: kaɪndli part of speech: adverb charitable in spanish: Caritativo, pronunciation: tʃærətəbəl part of speech: adjective merciful in spanish: misericordioso, pronunciation: mɜrsɪfəl part of speech: adjective hospitable in spanish: hospitalario, pronunciation: hɑspɪtəbəl part of speech: adjective forgiving in spanish: indulgente, pronunciation: fɜrgɪvɪŋ part of speech: adjective benignant in spanish: benigno, pronunciation: benɪgnənt part of speech: adjective kindhearted in spanish: de buen corazón, pronunciation: kɪndhɑrtɪd part of speech: adjective openhearted in spanish: de corazón abierto, pronunciation: oʊpənhɑrtɪd part of speech: adjective good-hearted in spanish: de buen corazón, pronunciation: gʊdhɑrtɪd part of speech: adjective

Kind antonyms

unkind pronunciation: ənkaɪnd part of speech: adjective
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